Today's News

  • LJ moves forward in getting handrail over pedestrian bridge

    LEBANON JUNCTION--It was business as usual at the Lebanon Junction city council meeting Monday. And with that, continued the council’s concern about not having a handrail on the walking bridge.

    Council member Tim Sanders said something needed to be done about it.

    “Let’s just do it and be done with it,” he said. “It’s for our own public safety. We’ve waited long enough.

  • Eagles land on Beach

     It was a fun time on Thursday night as the North Bullitt Eagles hosted Southern in a basketball doubleheader.

    Wanting to get a big crowd, students were encouraged to dress up for their day on the beach.

    Free admission and free food added to the enticement.

    There were plenty of interesting sights during the game, which featured a pair of victories for North Bullitt.

  • ROADSHOW for the week beginning February 3, 2014

     Inclement weather or other unforeseen circumstances may occur, so the information below is strictly of an advisory nature and is subject to change with no notice.

  • Cougars get big win; Chargers in a horrible slump

     SHEPHERDSVILLE – After starting the season 9-2, the Bullitt Central Cougars hit a few bumps in the road during January, but they got a big win on Tuesday as they traveled into Jefferson County and beat Shawnee 57-52.

         The Cougars are now 3-3 since that fast start and so are 12-4 heading into a busy weekend that had them playing on both Thursday and Friday.

  • 'Small' works for Eagles in 8th-grade win over Zoneton

     MOUNT WASHINGTON – It might be basketball, but there are still times where small and quick can get the best of a bigger basketball team.

         That was the case on Thursday night in the championship game of the Boy’s Bullitt County Middle School Basketball Tournament at Eastside Middle School.

         Putting on an offensive showcase, the Eastside Eagles scored 36 points in the first half and then rolled to a 66-41 victory over the Zoneton Timberwolves.

  • Flynn Brothers awarded contract to begin Highway 61 road project

     PIONEER VILLAGE -- Work will begin on the second phase of the expansion and realignment of Highway 61 in Bullitt County.

  • BBB Warns: Beware of Scammers using Kosair Charities Name

     BBB is warning local residents to beware of scammers who are using Kosair Charities’ good name! 

    A local resident received a call from someone claiming to be with the Firefighter’s Union, who said he was selling decals and seals for the Kosair Charities burn unit.

    There are several things wrong with this phone call:

    ·        First, local firefighters raise money for the Crusade for Children, not for specific entities.

  • Walls helps out with project to aid CASA

     Recently, 11-year-old Allena Walls had a project she needed to do for school.

    She learned about CASA through her mother, Kristie Walls, and also had a friend in school who was abused and wanted to do something to help kids in these situations.

    She made a flyer and placed a box requesting items to help children and their families at her church.

    She also received some help from her grandmother, Sharon Key, and co-workers at The Peoples Bank of Bullitt County.

  • Dishon won't face death penalty

     SHEPHERDSVILLE - While Stanley Dishon will still face murder and kidnapping charges this September, he will not face the possibility of the death penalty.

  • Familiar road projects for Bullitt County will be considered by General Assembly

     FRANKFORT - When Gov. Steve Beshear released his six-year road plan proposal to the General Assembly, there weren’t a whole lot of surprises for Bullitt County projects.

    The plan must be approved by the General Assembly and only acts as a guide for projects as many have been on the drawing board for much longer than six years.

    One continuing project in Bullitt County is the widening of Highway 61.

    The next phase to be constructed during the current year would be from John Harper Highway south to Brooks Run Creek near Bells Mill Road.